FIFA Fair Play Award (maximum: 1000 pts)

COLOMBIA 840 7 matches
KOREA REPUBLIC 829 4 matches
SLOVAKIA 828 4 matches

The FIFA Fair Play Award is awarded to the team with the best fair play record, according to a points system and criteria established by the FIFA Fair Play Committee

PREVIOUS WINNERS

1977 Brazil - 1979 Poland - 1981 Australia - 1983 Korea Republic - 1985 Colombia - 1987 Germany FR - 1989 USA - 1991 Soviet Union - 1993 England - 1995 Japan - 1997 Argentina - 1999 Croatia - 2001 Argentina

adidas Golden Ball Award

adidas Golden Ball ISMAIL MATAR UAE #10
adidas Silver Ball DUDU BRA #8
adidas Bronze Ball DANIEL BRA #2

This award goes to the outstanding player of the competition, as voted by the media present at the FIFA World Youth Championship 2003.

PREVIOUS WINNERS

1977 Bessonov (URS) - 1979 Maradona (ARG) - 1981 Gabor (ROM) - 1983 Geovani Silva (BRA) - 1985 Silas (BRA) - 1987 Prosinecki (YUG) - 1989 Bismarck (BRA) - 1991 Peixe (POR) - 1993 Adriano Silva (BRA) - 1995 Caio (BRA) - 1997 Olivera (URU) - 1999 Keita (MLI) - 2001 Saviola (ARG)

adidas Golden Shoe Award

Player goals assists
adidas Golden Shoe Ed JOHNSON USA #7 4 1
adidas Silver Shoe Daisuke SAKATA JPN #10 4 0 minutes played: 299
adidas Bronze Shoe DUDU BRA #8 4 0 minutes played: 631

In keeping with tradition, adidas presents the Golden Shoe award to the tournament’s top goalscorer. Assists serve as a tie-breaker if two or more players finish equal on goals scored.

PREVIOUS WINNERS

1977 Quina (BRA), 4 goals - 1979 Diaz (ARG), 8 goals - 1981 Koussas (AUS), 4 goals- 1983 Geovani Silva (BRA), 6 goals - 1985 Losada (ESP), 3 goals - 1987 Witeczek (GER), 7 goals - 1989 Salenko (URS), 5 goals - 1991 Cherbakov (URS), 5 goals - 1993 Zambrano (CHI), 3 goals - 1995 Joseba (ESP), 7 goals - 1997 Adailton (BRA), 10 goals - 1999 Pablo (ESP), 5 goals - 2001 Saviola (ARG), 11 goals